Item #6977 Tumult at Dusk: Being an account of Ecuador, its indians, its conquerors, its colonists, its rebels, its dictators, its politicians, its landowners, its artists and its priests with a prologue and an epilogue by Walker Lowry. Walker Lowry.
Tumult at Dusk: Being an account of Ecuador, its indians, its conquerors, its colonists, its rebels, its dictators, its politicians, its landowners, its artists and its priests with a prologue and an epilogue by Walker Lowry.

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Tumult at Dusk: Being an account of Ecuador, its indians, its conquerors, its colonists, its rebels, its dictators, its politicians, its landowners, its artists and its priests with a prologue and an epilogue by Walker Lowry.

San Francisco: The Grabhorn Press, 1963. Hardcover in original glassine slipcase. Sm 4to (11.75” x 9”), gilt white paper, deckled edges. [4], 159 pp., [1]., 1 foldout map in black and orange. CONDITION: Near fine, slight wear at spine, a few patches of discoloration to terminal endpapers, otherwise pristine interior; slipcase spotted with some separation at seams.

First edition. Limited to one hundred copies.

Item #6977

Price: $350.00

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